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What is Scroll?

Find out what the Scroll is all about.

Scroll then and now: The evolution of journalism in the eyes of a Scroll alumna

During her recent visit to Rexburg, Scroll alumna Carol Rice explained how journalism has changed since her schooling days.

BYU-I students and faculty receive Idaho Press Club awards for journalism

Five Scroll members and two professors were recently ranked as winners of IPC awards in specific journalistic categories.

New Spori Gallery exhibit attracts students

Students react to the new art show held in the Jacob Spori Art Gallery.

COLUMN: Sports is more than a game

Some of life's greatest lessons may not be taught not in the classroom, but within the lines of a court or field.

COLUMN: Looking back and ahead to March Madness

With the tournament canceled last year, March Madness is back and students are ready.

A reflection on Black History Month

Learn why we celebrate this important piece of history.

Five elective classes recommended by students

BYU-Idaho students give suggestions on what elective classes to take.

3 Tips to revamp Home Evening

Learn how to utilize BYU-Idaho resources to improve Home Evening activities.

BYU-Idaho offers dating workshop

Students can attend a free dating workshop over the next five weeks.

COLUMN: How do you define success?

Success can mean a variety of things; what does it mean for you?

Love around the world

Love is love, no matter where you go.

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Chick-fil-A reopens for business

Want waffle fries?

Devotional preview: Keys to happiness

LuWana Roberts will talk about finding happiness during Fall Semester 2021's third devotional.

Rexburg City Council and residents debate financing for sidewalk, street and gutter replacements

A special city council meeting generated debate between Rexburg residents and local leaders over the cost of local street improvements.

COLUMN: Celebrate National Punctuation Day by learning these 7 obsolete marks

Before emojis made sentences sarcastic or ironic, that was punctuation’s job.